Latino Cultural Center

Latino Cultural Center

2600 Live Oak St,
Dallas 75204
United States
Opening Hours: Tue to Sat: 10 AM to 5 PM

The Vision of the Latino Cultural Center is to provide artists, cultural organizations and the Latino community with a venue to develop and celebrate Latino culture and art. The Center has a 300-seat theater, an art gallery and sculpture courtyards whose walls and spaces have become home to local, regional and world-renowned artists. The Cultural Center also offers a multipurpose room which is used for literary readings, workshops, lectures and meetings.

From DFW Airport take the south exit and follow signs for Highway 183 to Dallas. Approaching the city after about 12 miles, HIghway 183 merges into I-35E. Continue on this highway (also known as Stemmons Freeway) to the exit for highway 75. This will be a ramp that goes up and over Stemmons.

Take the second right exit which is Pearl Street. And go straight to the top of the ramp where there is a traffic light.

Proceed straight past the light crossing Flora Street. (You are in the Arts District). Keep left.
At the top of the hill, turn left onto Ross Avenue. Continue on East Ross and at Washington Street turn right. Continue to Live Oak. Turn right.

Go three long blocks. The center is on the left side of 2600 Live Oak. It is Orange color with a purple tower.
Tours for groups are available with 4 weeks advance notice. Free

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